When you visit Warsaw, you will want to stay for a spell. We can provide four local venues for lodging.
Cottage features: 1 king size bed, 1 queen, 2 full-size (sleeps 8). Fireplace, washer/dryer, fully furnished kitchen, grill, air conditioning, cable TV, large wrap-around deck - perfect for entertaining. On the riverfront. NO PETS. Please call 309-221-9895 for reservations.
Perfect accommodations for a wedding on the banks of the Mississippi River!
4 bedroom 2.5 baths ….sleeps 8, $100/night + each bed is $25/night.
420 Main St.
Warsaw, Ill 62379
2 Bedroom Apartment downtown Warsaw. Sleeps up to 6
$70/night for 1. $10/night each additional person. Discount for weekly and monthly stays.
1000 Water Street
Warsaw's Riverfront Park currently features 10 camping pads, two shelter houses, and two ramps for boating. Each camping pad is equiped with a water and power hook-up, a picnic table, and a fire ring.
The daily rate for a camping pad rental is $15 payable to the Warsaw Riverfront. This can be deposited in our drop box located at the park, or at City Hall at 210 N 4th Street.
So grab your friends, your camper and your boat, and spend the weekend with us in Warsaw, IL relaxing along the banks of the Mississippi.
A camper dump station is located behind Water Works on Main Street.
1 Night camping – Tent $9.00
1 Night camping – Camper $15.00
5 Nights camping – 1 night free $60.00
7 Nights camping – 2 nights free $90.00
2 Weeks camping – 3 days free $165.00
The former home of Thomas Sharp is located on the banks of the Mississippi River and is nicknamed The Warsaw Boat Club. The home features 18" thick native stone walls, fireplaces and an ambiance that encourages relaxation. You can appreciate the river view, enjoy a BBQ and end the day with a spectacular sunset all from the deck. Thomas Sharp lived here in the 1840's during his time as Editor of The Warsaw Signal and assisted in the martyrdom of Joseph Smith. You will enjoy the boatclub if you are a couple, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), and big groups.
The two-story home overlooks the banks of the Mississippi River. John Wilcox (who built the home out of native stone in 1826) came to the area in the 1820’s and was one of the original founders of Warsaw. His sister Elizabeth married Isaac Galland, who was instrumental in selling land in Nauvoo and Montrose to the Mormon settlers in 1839 and after. Galland joined the Church for a time and even served a mission in the early 1840’s. John Wilcox’s first wife died and he married then 17-year-old Hannah Hardy in 1838. Wilcox died a short time later and in 1842 his widow Hannah then married bachelor Thomas Sharp. So, imagine Thanksgiving dinners, with fiery anti-Mormon newspaper editor Thomas Sharp at one end of the table, and Mormon missionary and relative Isaac Galland at the other end!